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An attractive, split-level 2 bedroom period conversion moments from Victoria Park and London Fields. Benefitting from a long lease and reasonable service charges, this maisonette has been sympathetically modernised whilst maintaining its period charm.

Entering through your private front door, there is a hallway on the ground floor which the current owners use this for bike storage. Continuing up the stairs, the main living space is situated on the first floor. This floor comprises a good-size contemporary bathroom with grey panelling, white piece suite and window for great natural daylight, second bedroom with built-in wardrobe, and a vast open plan kitchen, living and dining area benefitting from dual aspect north-south bay windows which flood the space with natural light throughout the whole day. There is also exposed wood floor and neutral decor throughout. The main bedroom is in the loft space on the second floor which features a handy wardrobe area built into the eaves to maximise space.

The location is second-to-none with Victoria Park moments from the maisonette. Enjoy the weekly Sunday market, or take a stroll down Regents Canal or the Hertford Union Canal to the popular canalside bars of Hackney Wick. Victoria Park Village is a short walk away, home to favourites such as Gails, Pophams, The Empress, and newly opened Bruno wine bar. Situated in the heart of London Fields, the area is brimming with independent coffee shops, acclaimed restaurants and quirky bars. Some Easthaus area favourites include: London Fields Lido - just a short stroll away, a 50m Olympic size, heated outdoor swimming pool open all year round. Mare Street Market - a multi-functional space of pop ups, communal seating, drinks and food. E5 Bakehouse – well known eat-in bakery and cafe in London Fields. Cafe Cecilia - by the canal serving delicious brunch and lunch. Climpson & Sons on Broadway market for coffee. London Fields Overground station is within easy reach (circa 0.5 miles) as is Hackney Central (circa 0.9 miles) plus a number of well-connected bus routes run from surrounding Mare Street, Well Street and Victoria Park Road. Bethnal Green Underground station (Central Line) is also just a short 12 minute bus ride away or a circa 20 minute walk.
Details: Tenure: Leasehold, circa 101 years remaining Service charges: Approx £925pa Ground rent: Flat rate of £9pa Council Tax: Hackney, Band D EPC rating: D Material/construction: Brick. Primary source of Electricity Supply: Mains. Primary source of Water Supply: Mains. Primary arrangement for sewerage: Mains. Heating: Gas central heating. Parking: No designated space, you may be able to apply for on-street permit parking (subject to local council approval). Planning permission or proposal for development: None the vendor is aware of.

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